About Kleon The Comedian
This show is a Special Engagement. No passes or discounts will be accepted.
Masks are required to be worn at all times except while consuming food & beverages.
If you are medically unable to wear a face mask, you must wear a face shield.
We are currently selling entire tables instead of individual tickets. You now have the option of buying either a table for 2 or a table for 4.
Seating is based on the time and order in which tickets were purchased. If you would like to sit in the front of the room, please purchase your tickets early.
You may call us for a full refund if you or a member of your party is feeling unwell.
We will be taking everyone’s temperature upon arrival and we do not allow entry if your temperature is 100 degrees or higher.
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Everyone must be 21 or older with valid ID to enter the showroom, unless otherwise stated.
A service fee will be applied for each ticket purchased online or in person at the Box Office on day-of-show.
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All acts and show times are subject to change.
About Keith Kleon Norman:
Comedian Keith Kleon Norman was just 10 when he realized telling jokes was a way to make others smile. He later recognized his talent was an opportunity to embrace gifts that would guide his path to stardom.
Keith Kleon Norman was born and raised in the Lexington Terrace area of Baltimore City. He recalled his earliest experiences of making others laugh, “Throughout my life, I was always entertaining people in my neighborhood, in school and at work. Friends and family would always suggest to me that I should take the career path as either a comedian or an actor, but I chose to pursue a career in stand-up comedy because that’s where my passion began.”
To date Norman, who goes by the stage name Kleon Da Comedian, has performed in over 29 cities across the United States at venues such as the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia; Texas Arena in Dallas, Texas; and Jokes N Notes in Chicago, Illinois as a featured act.
In 2010, he won the “Warner Brothers Short Film Contest” for his film “Standing in the Mountains.” That opportunity provided momentum for the self-taught film editor, videographer, director and producer to embrace his multi-talented abilities. In 2012, he independently produced the film “Bluffin,” which garnered a legion of supporters with over 20,000 copies sold by word of mouth.